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of the best in business author columnist juan williams, and fox news digital columnist editor chrissy desire walt. we take that up with waleed ferris, and brad other. president obama barnstorming through 3 swing states today on elect eve, president making what he calls final campaign stops in his life, in wisconsin, ohio, and iowa. fox news, chief white house correspondent ed henry with him every step of the way with our report. >> hello, wisconsin. >> reporter: this is president obama's last day of barnstorming, ever. aides say if he loses to mitt romney, there is no comeback tour in 2016. >> i get to fly around with him the last day that i will ever campaign. >> reporter: mostalgia in the area he brought bruce springsteen along for the ride, for jam sessions through 3 midwestern battlegrounds that president hopes will be his eelectric rally fire. >> in columbus, jay-z joined band, they were greeted by a blimp, hovering with a sign that america needs romney, final stop in iowa, a nod to fact this was hawk whawkeye state where the oa movement began 4 years ago, president invited several form
's dictator-like grab. all of that, and a "hannity" shootout with juan williams and more. "hannity" starts right now. tonight as the fiscal cliff drama unfolds on capitol hill, we'll take a step back and look at how we got to this point. namely, how do we become a nation buried under more than $16 trillion debt, why crippling defense cuts, and the largest tax increase will take hold in 35 days because your elected officials don't know how to stop spending money. let me first play a small part of one of the most memorable inaugural addresses of all time. >> my fellow americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. >> sean: sadly five decades removed from that iconic speech, the democratic party, its leaders, and countless other americans, rely on government for too many things. instead of asking what they can do for their country, they're asking what their country can do for them. now the debt record is at record levels, tax rates are soaring, because nowadays handouts have taken the place of hard work. a liberal notion has permeated our society on
this and other programs online at booktv.org. >> for the next 45 minutes juan williams presents the history of america's global participation and influence from 1898-1945. in this time the united states introduced numerous political, cultural and economic ideas to the rest of the world. >> good afternoon. thank you for joining us at the heritage foundation. we welcome those who joined us on our heritage.org web site on these occasions. we ask everyone in the house if he would be so kind as to check cellphones one last time and see that they are turned off. amazing how many speakers start doing that. we will post a program on our web site within 24 hours for your future reference and of course our internet viewers are always welcome to e-mail us with questions or comments, simply writing those to speaker@heritage.org. our guest today, dr. juan williams is a native of arizona, a master's degree at arizona state university and received his doctorate from the university of california santa barbara. throughout his high school and college, however, he spent most of his time playing drums in a var
you some data so you can decide. also tonight bernie goldberg, adam corolla, juan williams and mary catherine hamm. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thafk us tonight. happy veterans day to you who have served your country. you're patriots. we have a power packed program for you tonight. talking points memo in the next segment about dennis miller's contention traditional america is gone forever, is that true? first, a top story tonight cia director david petraeus forced to resign after an extramarital affair this, san awful situation the fbi knew but kept under wraps until after the presidential vote. not even senators on the intelligence committee knew what is going on. >> we receive nod advanced notice. it was like a lightning bolt the way i found out. i came back to washington thursday night, friday morning, the staff director told me there were calls from press about this. i called david petraeus. as a matter of fact i had had an appointment with him at 3:00 that afternoon. that was cancelled. >> bill: what does this story mean for you? joining us now from wash
. juan williams on when a deal can happen. melissa: how would you like to pay more at the pump? we have the new talk about raising the gas tax. what a great idea. lori: i love paying over four dollars a gallon. washington not the only one that cannot get a deal done. entering day 76. its small business that is really on then ice. melissa: time now for stocks as we do every 15 minutes. lauren simonetti. washington is playing politics over the fiscal cliff. we are near session lows right now. >> 11 points away from session lows. the dow is clinging onto that level right now. consumer discretionary is your best performing sector this month. it is lower today, as is technology. the s&p 500 trying to hang onto a monthly gain. not sure if we can do it. certainly higher for the week and nasdaq higher for the both of them. a two-day chart of yelled is really interesting. they expect fourth-quarter sales in china to decline. lots of analysts cutting this stuff today. melissa: lauren, thank you very much. lori: after laying out his opening bid to fisk the fiscal cliff, -- listen to a sampling of
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on what the future of the party should look like. is a g.o.p. civil war looming? juan williams and mary katharine ham will be here to analyze. >> i think republics can change their position, be a lot more open to actual amnesty with enforcement. and to make a bold change in their policy. >> laura: with latinos turning out huge for barack obama. what must republicans do to appeal to this growing item graphic group? we will debate it. >> we have got four americans dead. and we are still saying i think it's the result of the video that was on youtube. the people of america should be outraged. >> laura: congress turning up the heat on the obama administration over its handling of the terror attack in benghazi, libya. so will we finally get the answers we have been looking for? we'll have a special report. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi,everyone. i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. disbelief and despair on the republic party. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo since romney and elect
more on the line than meets the eye. juan williams on fox news.com. how can president obama and his fellow democrats asked seniors and middle-class workers to accept major cuts in the safety net programs? that is the outcome they promised to stop the gop from executing. and how will the president explained why they predicted economic slowdown that could result from harsh automatic cuts in government spending? without a deal, the second term agenda will be lost in a sea of economic fear. and the man who wrote back, juan williams, he joins us now. bradley also joined us, a former deputy assistant george w. bush. you are saying that the popular notion that the president holds all the cards here in this economic negotiation, that notion is not necessarily correct? >> correct. it is a hidden story here. everyone expects after the election, republicans are on the ropes because the president was very clear about wanting to raise taxes and the voters voted for him. but he promised people that he would protect them. if this deal happens, you will see taxes go up on 90% of americans. for exam
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political analyst juan williams the author of backlash. there was switchy michelle malcolm catches all of the tweets. if my candidate doesn't win i am going to riot. i don't like the stereo typical comments. don't you find that offense i have? >> it is outrageous what is going on. the left is getting desperate. where is the black liberal establishment with this chatter we are hearing on twitter about inciting race violence if romney wins and obama loses. did you see all of those? >> they are horrible. >> there are people who will say anything on twitter, on the internet. i could show you my mail bag. it is pretty horrible. i am telling you guys. if you think it's a sign of desperation on the left, i think the right is getting desperate. colin powell just endorses obama baez he's another black guy? >> the bottom line is the left can do what they say whenever they want with the horrible comments. with the james lowrie he's a bitter old man who made racist and hateful comments. >> i got to know him. he marched with martin luther king. he was there with may yard ja--d jackson. we have alwa
. juan williams and tucker carlson. tucker, set the stage for us. what is happening. >> you saw this clearly. the press secretary said this is what we want. the president accepts nothing less than raising taxes on the rich. people making over $250,000. republicans in the senate said what they want is unclear. what the president wants is bad. in any negotiation, the person who with the clear objective has profound advantage. in the senate, there are very clear point that they won't go. jeff sessions does, ron johnson does. there is confusion out there. a point we are trying to figure out what the future of the country is, the budget, they are attacking grover norquist who is elected to nothing? i think the republicans would get a better deal if they let us go over the cliff. >> bret: there are democrats who think that it's advantageous to put them over the cliff so the next congress could come back to say this is a retroactive tax cut. all the semantics. republicans are dealing with this closing loopholes and capping deductions since the campaign. mitt romney ran on this. so did
mitt romney and me over entitlements. joining us from washington mary katharine ham and juan williams both are fox news analysts. juan, you used to work for the "the washington post." >> i did. >> bill: what about that hit peace? come on? the o'reilly romney view of the world. sounds like i ran for president and he was v.p. on the ticket. [ laughter ] >> i think when they start with the name-calling, i have no used for it, bill. i have had to deal with this as a black person on school vouchers, as well as comments about muslims in the airport. you know that's what i said. that's not what i'm thinking. i know you personally, that's just crazy. i think romney and ryan, romney spoke about the president's base as if he was rewarding elements of the base. ryan spoke about an urban population, that's getting closer. and it's worrisome. but the real issue i have the one i want to discuss with you is what you said in the talking points memo because i don't think people necessarily voted in terms of their economic interests. i think there are lots of poor people. i think there are lots of seni
about it, juan williams, a fox news political analyst, brad blakeman, former deputy assistant to president george w. bush. brad, 258 republicans signed the pledge never to, a, vote for a drop in tax rates or, b, limit deductions. but you know what the speaker of the house said the other day, john boehner, he said he's willing to do the latter. now you just saw what chambliss said. so is the era of grover and his you ubiquitous pledge over? >> no. i think grover deserves a great deal of credit for keeping that pledge to the american people and holding republicans' feet to the fire. gregg: is it over now? >> no. we have a different set of circumstances. perhaps what the democrats should have had is their own grover norquist on spending, and we wouldn't be in the mess we find ourselves in. but here's the reality, gregg.me for the status quo. nothing's changed since two months ago. we have basically the same makeup in government. obama controls the white house, we control the house, democrats controls the senate. but guess what? the american people don't expect a status quo in gov
senior analyst, chris wallace, is fox news sunday and steve hayes, and juan williams columnist for "the hill." we did a special program this afternoon and i was utterly confused looking at the polls. some polls showing the race is died up in pennsylvania, michigan and minnesota and those weren't really tossups those were considered blue. and then other polls showing obama pulling ahead in virginia and florida, which were supposed to be say, on the safer side for romney. how are the viewers suppose today make sense of these, juan? >> they're suppose today look at overall trajectory and what you see of course, we know that mitt romney had some momentum going especially after the first debate and what you can see is subsequent to that then, the polls have sort of, the momentum is stopping in the recent days seen some, really, increases in terms of president obama's lead, but now you're seeing these more recent polls you're referring to megyn and again, you have to look at which poll you're talking about, who are they talking to, talk to go likely voters, talking to registered voters, to p
for being here, bob woodward. >> okay, thank you? >> pat buchanan and juan williams. what does it mean for the republican party? the return of the new black panther party at the polls. we will run through very disturbing examples of voter intimidation. and herman cain will >> sean: there is much anticipation about a period of re-evaluation for the g.o.p., with rising stars like florida senator marco rubio, encouraging the party to recognize the count re's demographic changes. the focus may start shifting over the next four years. here with advice for republicans going forward, a man who knows the party inside and out, former presidential candidate himself, patrick buchanan. and fox political analyst, i believe i owe him and beckel and a burch of people dinner. though i didn't bet -- not at all. i don't want to get in trouble -- >> hey, wait a minute! >> sean: i bet -- i pay my bets off. congratulations. patrick -- >> i can tell you, you are a gracious man. [chuckles] >> sean: listen, i am glad to you. patrick j. buchanan. you have talked for years and have been excoriate audio excoriat
♪ [ applause ] >> dana: hello. i'm dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, eric bolling, greg gutfeld. it's 5 verz in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: so the fall-out continues from david petraeus' shocking resignation from the c.i.a. late last friday afternoon. there is new information and new questions about the timing of his departure. it came three days after the presidential election. but there were reports that the administration and others may have been aware of the allegations before then. joining to us short it out is bret baier, host of "special report." bret? >> hi. the big story today the multiple threads of this investigation of the resignation of c.i.a. director general david petraeus. fox news can confirm that attorney general eric holder was informed in late summer that the f.b.i. was investigating general petraeus at that time. however, we're told that holder was not given details during that period. source tells us that is consistent with long-standing bureau policy not to brief congress or the white house in the middle of a criminal
. >>guest: they didn't. and juan williams, i gather, we were there together and he was said he was happy to see me. happy to see enforcement with me and no one else. but that is the issue. it is a choice that americans have to make. >>neil: for all those you allude to who have gotten here since 9/11 and i didn't know it was that many, half. what do you do? >>guest: i think the issue here is whether there can be a natural atelevision. -- a natural attrition. it is not abnormal during ellis island, huge numbers of east eastern europeans actually got on the boat and went back. i was at the immigration office a couple of weeks ago and they showed me, someone there, showed me the fee waiver if you apply for a green card or a work permit, or citizenship you are supposed to pay $150 or $200 but the administration as a matter of policy is waiving fees with approved identity groups so think of it from an american workers' point of view. a guy who cannot afford the $200 fee for a work permit, is he likely to be a net contributor to the united states? or will he join the swollen remarks of dependen
in our panel. tucker carlson, editor of the daily caller website. juan williams, columnist with the hill newspaper. steve hayes for "the weekly standard." tonight from miami, sindcated columnist charles krauthammer. how are things in miami, charles? >> warm. >> chris: that the short e and most succinct answer you have given. we appreciate that. we don't know what happened in the late hearing, senate hearing because it just broke up. we thought we would talk to saxby chambliss. we think we will speak to him in a moment. tucker, what have we learned so far today about the benghazi terror attack? anything new? >> we have a report at the door eastdroping that just reported back that apparently the senator in the meeting as the house intelligence committee earlier today saw a video from a drone over the consulate and surveillance video from consulate. the key question was the crowd outside chanting anything about the video? did it seem spontaneous or now was at it group assembled ahead of time? this has direct bearing on republicans thaon thequestions e pressing. why did susan rice lie about
editor of "weekly standard." mara liasson, political correspondent of national public radio. juan williams, columnist with the hill. syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. good to see all of you tonight. bill, i'll start with you. there are a lot of players that secretary clinton be negotiating with. we talk to ambassador orrin about this. what do you make of egypt's involvement here and how reliable or trustworthy a process do you think they will be in the process? >> we'll see that. is a huge question going forward from this. if, as appears to be the case, muslim brotherhood from egypt is not rally behind hamas' defense and willing to broker what looks like will be a cease-fire in israel's interest, more than in hamas' they would perhaps stop the rockets raping down on israel. it's amazing. if you predicted a month ago or three months ago that the muslim brotherhood would take over egypt and has done nothing to help their alleged brothers in gaza, they would have an ambassador and haven't cut off relations, peace treaty seems secure and talk of egyptian now enforcing the been
juan williams. bill, how serious -- do you believe it's morsi claim it's a temporary measure or is this a islamist coo? >> we don't know but we have some influence to make it one over the other. secretary clinton was there and then morsi makes his announcement two days after she levitt the country. this is a place we have no relation with and don't give a lot of aid to so it's a test for the administration. can we pressure morsi and induce morsi to let there be a constitutional process. >> kirsten, how much -- this gets to the question i was discussing with with john mccain. how much can and should the administration do to put pressure on morsi. >> the issue they're facing is egypt plays an important role in the situation with israeli. it's interesting after that happened morsi did that. he has a feeling he has a strong hand. they're going to have to figure out how much they need his support in that situation. so that said, they do need to condemn this kind of antidemocratic behavior i think so make it clear that we were behind a democracy and he can't do this kind of antidem
in the panel. bill kristol of "weekly standard." juan williams, columnist with the hill. syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. okay, bill, is this part of the kabuki theater, the dance, choreographed back and forth? or are we really looking at something that is in deep trouble here? >> it looks to me more like the theater. the president understandably is going to put out his optimal scenario first. especially since he is going to try to hammer republicans on the greatest vulnerability, the president will say over and over i propose and the senate democrats passed the tax cut, 98% of all americans to take a lot of, a lot of what the fiscal cliff is. move a lot of the damage to the economy on january 1. let's go ahead and pass that. we can debate the upper income taxes and the spending later. it's not implausible, you can make a sophisticated argument why it's a mistake but as a first blush argument the president has the advantage. >> bret: juan? >> i think that you are starting to see much of the posturing and the poxing and the -- positioning and the democrats and president have advantage
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